unlost dogs wrote:
SatansFuton wrote:I think we can assume it wasn't always airborne. Otherwise all those dead people in the cars would have become zombies. Maybe it mutated after the initial outbreak. Or maybe as the number of zombies increased the air became more polluted with their zombie cooties, I don't know. But at one point in the outbreak it was possible to die and not come back, but not anymore.
I figured the dead people in the cars were catatonic zombies. Like the pilot episode, the soldier in the tank.
Just waiting to wake up.
Hmmm..I might have to go back a re-watch some stuff. I need more flashbacks. What's the time difference between when Rick gets shot (zombie-free world) and when all shit breaks loose? I know Shane mentioned earlier that at first it was just a few random cases and then it became rampant pretty quickly...if it spread this fast that would follow more of an airborne theory as well.
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